Facilities and Campus Services is searching for a motivated and hard working Carpenter to join their Facilities Management team!
As a Carpenter, you will perform maintenance and construction on all building systems associated with the carpentry trade. You'll need to have a strong knowledge of the carpentry trade, shop machinery and an ability to read shop and field drawings. It will be important that you follow all codes and procedures for the carpentry trade.
What we need:
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
At least 5 years of experience in the carpentry or related field.
Apprentice certification desirable.
Must belong to the local Carpenter Union or be willing to join within 30 days after starting employment at Cornell.
Strong knowledge of carpentry trade, shop machinery, of codes and procedures for carpentry trade, and an ability to read shop and field drawings required.
Must have and maintain a valid driver's license; may be required to operate a motor vehicle (your own vehicle or Cornell-owned) to travel to/from job sites.
Good customer relations, interpersonal, communication and teamwork skills.
Required to inspect and work in crawl spaces, attics, laboratories, ventilation equipment, mechanical rooms, mechanical shafts, sub basements and confined, isolated areas.
Access to these may be by ladder or scaffold tower on platforms up to 100' high.
Risk exposure to asbestos, toxic vapors, heat, cold, height and accumulated dirt.
Use of employer provided safety equipment, including a respirator, is required.
Must be available to work overtime as duties require, including weekends. Possibility of shift work.
Delivers heavy material to job sites.
Must have ability to ascend and descend heights, have agility and freedom of movement, ability to climb stairs, ladders and scaffold, and ability to move easily in confined spaces.
What we'd prefer:
Experience working as a locksmith.
**No VISA sponsorship assistance available with this position**
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